Us too! There can be 30 empty bays, you park in the middle one or right at one end, and either transit man or dole walla and his 5 kids (who all just throw the doors open no matter that they hit the car next to them - and why not? After all, everything in thier world comes free doesnt it!) parks right next to you!alloydog said:Nope, don't need to do that. We have two child seats already, and a sixth seat folded down in the back. Here it seems numpties are attracted to others cars - I have even parked well away from the shop's entrance, where there are about a dozen or so clear slots. Then come out to find a beat-up, ramshackle Ford Sierra parked right next to it! It's like "What the kfcu!" there's plenty of empty spaces, why park next to me???"
Nice thinking, but it's the @rseholes with the regular doors that cause the damage. Like I once heard - "So, you have good brakes. Pity, the twat behind you doesn't!"bricklayer said:we bought a partner combi, ok its not pretty or sporty but the sliding doors mean its easier and less damage is caused in carparks !
parked in my local car park today in between lines and only had about six inches either side of car.me being a fat thing should of been born a stick insect to have been able to get in and out of car!Easymikey said:ITS THE SUPERMARKETS FAULT FOR TRYING TO CRAM AS MANY SPACES INTO THE CARPARK..... SOME I HAVE BEEN IN AND PARKED DEAD IN THE MIDDLE OF THE WHITE LINES. ONLY A COUPLE OF INCHS EITHER SIDE OF EACH TYRE :angrydriv . I THINK IF THEY HAVE OUT DOOR PARKING OVER A LOT OF SPACE THEY SHOULD MULTI-STORY IT UP AND GIVE MORE ROOM....... BLOODY TIGHT WADS JUST THINKING ABOUT PROFITS:broke:
Nope, to the first question - I haven't been back to Essex, or the UK for that matter, for nigh on ten years.alloydog , do you live near me in essex or have the mindless thugs got relatives here as iv gained 6dents on the same 2doors in 4weeks , bleeding slarty bartfasts!!!!!!.